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Overview of Guide
Welcome to the CT Campus Recruitment Guide.
We are pleased to present to you a resource for recruiting your future employees from our colleges
and universities right here in Connecticut.
We understand that small businesses have limited HR capacity. This guide will save your valuable
time and resources by providing contact information at your local college and university career
services offices.
The guide also includes career fair and expo dates for each college/university along with instructions
for recruiting on-campus and posting a job/internship position.
Please feel free to give us suggestions and feedback about this guide, which will be uploaded on a
semi-annual basis.
Happy recruiting!
Christine Gemelli
Small Business Innovation
Connecticut Innovations
865 Brook Street, Rocky Hill, CT 06067
Phone: (860) 257-2895, Fax: (860) 563-4877
[email protected]
Barb Lesh
Small Business Innovation
Connecticut Innovations
865 Brook Street, Rocky Hill, CT 06067
(860) 257-2358, Fax: (860) 563-4877
[email protected]
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Central Connecticut State University
New Britain, CT
Contact information for Career Services Office (phone number, email, etc)
Primary:
Kenneth Poppe, Director, Center for Advising & Career Exploration
860-832-1615, [email protected]
School of Engineering & Technology: Diane Hunter, Career Services Coordinator
860-832-1863, [email protected]
Career Fairs and Expos (list with details on how to register for any upcoming events)
Primary:
General Career Fairs offered in Fall and Spring semesters. Accounting Career Fair in Fall, Education
Career Fair in Spring. Visit www.ccsu.edu/cace for dates and registration details.
School of Engineering & Technology:
Engineering, Manufacturing & Construction Management Career Fair (every fall & spring). For more
information or to register, e-mail Diane Hunter at [email protected]
Recruiting (info on any on-campus opportunities with details on how to attend)
Primary:
On Campus Recruiting available --- Contact CACE by calling or sending email message with dates
and position details.
How to Post a Job/Internship at your school
Primary:
CACE uses the Experience eRecruiting system, branded as Central Connections.
All employment opportunities are posted in the system and students access and apply for the jobs
through this site. Employers may be invited to link to the system upon request.
School of Engineering & Technology:
E-mail job posting to [email protected] Please include instructions on how students should apply.
Other Information
Central Connecticut State University is a regional, comprehensive public university dedicated to
learning in the liberal arts and sciences and to education for the professions. Comprising five schools- Arts & Sciences; Business; Education & Professional Studies; Engineering & Technology; and
Graduate Studies--CCSU offers undergraduate and graduate programs through the Master's and
sixth-year levels and the Ed.D. in Educational Leadership. Committed to offering Connecticut citizens
access to distinctive academic programs of high quality, the University is also a responsive and
creative intellectual and economic resource for the people and institutions of our state's Capitol
Region. More than 85 percent of CCSU graduates remain in Connecticut, contributing to the
intellectual, cultural, and economic health of the state.
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Eastern Connecticut State University
Willimantic, CT
Contact information for Career Services:
Center for Internships and Career Development
Division of Student Affairs
2nd Floor Wood Support Services Center
860-465-4559
[email protected]
Career Fairs and Expos:
Recruiting:
On-campus interview times are available by request. Available dates and times can be found by
calling 860-465-4559.
How to Post a Job/Internship at ECSU:
All job postings are available online through Eastern’s Experience website. Employers, alumni, and
students can create a free account at: www.eastern.experience.com.
Other Information:
Eastern has served the people of Connecticut since 1889. Today, it is the state's designated public
liberal arts university and home to more than 5,500 students each year.
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Fairfield University
Fairfield, CT
Contact information for Career Services:
Cathleen M. Borgman
Director – Career Planning Center
[email protected]
T: 203- 254-4081
F: 203- 254-4107
Career Fairs:
Fairfield offers two general career & internship fairs during the academic year, one in September and
the other in February.
To register, please go to www.fairfield.edu/cpc and follow the “employers” link.
Recruiting:
Fairfield University is happy to assist you with on-campus recruiting or resume drops. Please call
Cathleen Borgman or Sharon Walsh.
Sharon Walsh
Operations Assistant
[email protected]
P-203.254.4000 x2261
How to Post a Job/Internship at Fairfield University:
Fairfield uses Stags4Hire (Experience):
1. Please go to www.fairfield.edu/stags4hire
2. On the right hand side of the page you will see “Employers Log In Here,” click here.
3. Next you will click on “Create an Account.”
4. When your account has been created you will receive a link to the site.
5. Once you are in Stags4Hire, click on “Create a Job.”
6. You will then be able to post your job.
Remember to include the application deadline in your posting.
Other Information:
Fairfield offers 41 majors, 16 interdisciplinary minors, 38 advanced degrees and 26 certificate
programs. They are offered through the School of Engineering, School of Business, School of
Nursing and Graduate School of Education and Allied Professions.
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Manchester Community College
Manchester, CT
Contact Information for Career Services
Carl J. Ochnio
Director of Career Services
860.512.3372
[email protected]
Career Fairs and Expos:
Recruiting:
As an alternative to job fairs and other recruiting and marketing techniques, MCC offers reserved space in the
Lowe Building and AST Lobby for employers to recruit students during their class breaks and lunch. Company
representatives are typically available between the hours of 10:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. in either one of the
reserved locations. MCC also offers a 4:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. times lot to reach students attending evening
classes. Employers are welcome to stay for a couple of hours or a half-day, depending upon their hiring needs.
The only requirement is a two-week advance notice to assure the reservation of a table and space. To reserve
your on campus recruiting table and to schedule a day and time, please contact Julie Greene at 860.512.3374
or [email protected]
How to Post a Job/Internship at MCC:
Connecticut community colleges now offer a FREE online employment listing service. Over 3,000 local
employers have registered to use this resource to connect with job seekers and interns. By using this online
system, employers can post position announcements and volunteer opportunities statewide. To access the site
and register, please visit: http://www.collegecentral.com/ctcommnet/
Employment announcements will be made available to students and alumni at eight of the participating
Connecticut community colleges. Once an account is established, employers can add, delete and modify
employment listings on a regular basis and also have access to a searchable resume database.
Other Information:
Manchester Community College advances academic, economic, civic, personal and cultural growth
by providing comprehensive, innovative and affordable learning opportunities to diverse populations.
We are a learning-centered community committed to access, excellence and relevance.
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MCC serves over 15,000 students a year
Fall 2012: 7,707 students (credit only); 4,490 (full-time equivalent).
Average age: 26; 53% women; 32 % full time.
MCC serves "returning students" with Associate, Bachelor's, Master's and Doctoral degrees.
Approximately 43% of credit students are from under-represented racial and ethnic groups
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Mitchell College
New London, CT
Contact Information for Career Services:
[email protected]
860-629-6206
www.community.mitchell.edu/careerservices
Career Fairs and Expos:
 Open to Mitchell College in New London and UConn-Avery Point Students
April 18, 2014 – Mitchell College, New London, CT
Recruiting:
Recruiting is always welcome and an employer table can be set up outside our dining hall to reach
students. Contact the Career Services office to set up a day/time.
How to Post a Job/Internship at Mitchel College
Create an account on the College Central network at
www.collegecentral.com/Mitchell
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Naugatuck Valley Community College Waterbury, CT
Contact Information for Career Services:
Mary Ann Fontaine
Director, Job Placement Center
750 Chase Parkway
Naugatuck Valley Community College
Waterbury, CT 06708
[email protected]
203.596.2143
203.596.8794 FAX
Department Phone: 203-575-8158
www.nv.edu/jpc
Department Email: [email protected]
Career Fairs and Expos:
 Link to register for the Job and Career Fair:
http://www.collegecentral.com/CCNEngine/LiveEvents/LiveEvents.cfm?EventID=635
Recruiting:
Employers may recruit any time on request. Contact the job placement center.
How to Post a Job/Internship at NVCC:
To post jobs and view resumes, register with College Central.
www.collegecentral.com/nvcc
Other Information:
NVCC is always seeking employers to participate on panels, speak in classes, offer internships and
mentor its students. Please contact Mary Fontaine if you are interested.
Employer Page on the NVCC Job Placement Center website:
http://www.nv.edu/Student-Life/Job-Placement-Center/Employers
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Post University, Waterbury, CT
Contact Information for Career Services:
Christina Billings
Associate Director, Employer Relations and Student Careers
Career Services
North Hall 103
800 Country Club Road
Waterbury, CT 05723
P.203-591-7467
[email protected]
www.post.edu/careerservices
Recruiting:
Post University welcomes employers to visit its campus to display their company information, meet
and talk with students, and gather student interest and applications for internships and jobs. Post
University Career Services will work to promote your job fair on campus and online to maximize
attendance. For on-campus recruiting, contact [email protected] or 203-591-7467.
How to Post a Job/Internship at Post University:
Post University uses a Facebook job board called ‘Post*ential Jobs,’ for all job/internship postings. To
access, log in to Facebook using your company or personal page, and then visit the Career Services’
Facebook page at www.Facebook.com/PostUniversiyCareerServices . Click on the “Jobs and
Internships” tile to access the job board and start socially promoting your opportunities within minutes.
Don’t have a Facebook page? Contact [email protected]
Other Information
Post University offers a variety of opportunities for employers to get involved on campus to engage
with potential hires in unique and dynamic ways. Opportunities include being a guest speaker at a
student event, mentoring a student, or possibly even teaching an online course. Participation in these
activities will help employers build a personal, ongoing relationship with potential internship and job
candidates.
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Quinnipiac University- Hamden, CT
Contact information for Career Services office Staff Members
Joseph Catrino, Assistant Dean for
E-mail: [email protected]
Career Development --School of Communications
Phone: 203-582-3655
E-mail: [email protected]
Phone: 203-582-8725
Grace Peiffer, Director of Employer
Relations, School of Business and Engineering
E-mail: [email protected]
Cynthia Christie, Assistant Dean for
Phone: 203-520-4909
Career Development, School of Health Sciences
and the School of Nursing
Lara Dotson-Renta, PhD, Assistant Dean for
E-mail: [email protected]
Career Development,
Phone: 203-582-3656
College of Arts and Sciences
E-mail: [email protected]
Jill Ferrall, Associate Dean for Career
Phone: 203-582-8911
Development, School of Business and Engineering
How to Post a Job/Internship at your school
Quinnipiac University Career Development values our relationship with you as an employer of our students and
recent alumni. We are happy to announce that recently QU updated the job posting practice on our NACElink
job posting site, which we refer to as QU Career Connections (QUCC), to make it more accessible to you 24/7.
• QUCC will now be open to accept all jobs posting directly from the employer which will ensure a timely listing
• Upon submission via the QUCC system, your job will be reviewed by our QUCC Administrator and approved
• Each job will be posted for 3-months with the option to repost any time • You’ll have access 24/7 to track
applications and post To post an opportunity on QU Career Connections, please follow the instructions below:
1. Login to your account @ https://quinnipiac-csm.symplicity.com/employers
2. Click “Create Job Posting”
3. Complete the required/necessary job form field
4. Press Submit
Our QUCC Administrator is available for questions and troubleshooting issues Monday-Friday 9am-9pm EST
at [email protected]<mailto:[email protected]>
Thank you for your interest in our Students and Alumni.
Sincerely,
Quinnipiac University Career Development
Note: If you have forgotten your login credentials and would like them sent to you, please follow the
instructions below.
1. Go to: https://quinnipiac-csm.symplicity.com/employers/
2. Click “Forgot Password” (next to the login button)
3. Enter your Email Address
4. Press Submit
QUCC will email you a temporary login password. Once you login, you will be able to update your password.
[cid:[email protected]] <https://quinnipiac-csm.symplicity.com/students/>
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Sacred Heart University
Fairfield, CT
Contact Information for Career Development & Placement Center:
Rick DelVecchio
Director of Career Placement
203-365-4736
[email protected]
Career Fairs and Expos:
Recruiting:
On-campus interview times are also available by request. Dates and bookings are handled through
the online Pioneerlink (Symplicity) system.
How to Post a Job/Internship at Sacred Heart:
All job postings are online through the Pioneerlink (Symplicity) website. To request an account,
please email Rick with your company contact info including company name, website, contact name,
email and phone number.
Other Information
The 2012-2013 student body is made up of 6,434 total students: 3,399 full-time undergraduate
students, 693 part-time undergraduate students, 2,342 graduate students; 67% female, 71% out of
state, 17% minority students, 42 states and 31 countries represented.
More than one-third of the Class of 2016 earned a high school GPA of 3.5 or higher
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University of Connecticut Storrs, CT
Regional campuses: Avery Point, Stamford, Torrington, Waterbury, and West Hartford
Contact information for Career Services office:
Center for Career Development – Storrs
Wilbur Cross Building, Room 201
233 Glenbrook Road U-4051
Storrs, CT 06269
860-486-3013
[email protected] or [email protected]
www.career.uconn.edu
Career Fairs and Expos:
UConn hosts several career fairs throughout the year, in both the fall and spring semesters.
Email [email protected] for up to date information on dates, fees, location, etc.
All fair attendees must be approved employers who are registered in HuskyCareerLink, UConn’s
online recruiting system (Symplicity)
To request an account, contact Darlene Reynolds at [email protected] or 860-486-6156.
Recruiting:
The CCD offers its employer partners the opportunity to host company information sessions and
conduct student interviews on campus, free of charge. Timing can affect the availability of suitable
space, so advance planning is recommended
Contact: Darlene Reynolds at [email protected] or 860-486-6156
How to Post a Job/Internship:
All job postings are done online in the job management system, HuskyCareerLink. To request an
account, contact Darlene Reynolds at [email protected] or 860-486-6156.
Other Information
Employers may partner with the UConn CCD throughout the year on special events or workshops to
both further students’ career education as well as to increase company visibility. Please contact CCD
at 860.486.3013 or [email protected] to discuss ways to build your organization’s brand on
campus.
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University of Connecticut- Stamford Campus
Stamford, CT
Contact Information for Career Center:
Halina K. Hollyway, M.A.
Director
Career Center, Room 2.19
1 University Place
Stamford, CT 06901
203-251-9549
[email protected]
Career Fairs and Expos:
How to Post a Job/Internship at UConn-Stamford
Email job descriptions to: [email protected]
Email internship proposals to: [email protected]
Link: http://www.stamford.uconn.edu/career_employer.html
Other Information
The student body at UConn-Stamford is made up of approximately 1,700 total students. This
includes 1,228 undergraduate students completing degrees in their entirety at our campus in 12
majors: Digital Media, Financial Management, Psychology, Business Administration, Business and
Technology, Economics, English, History, American Studies, Human Development and Family
Studies, General Studies and the Individualized Major. UConn-Stamford’s urban campus has a
diversity rate of 55 percent.
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University of Bridgeport
Bridgeport, CT
Contact Information for Career Center:
Aimee Marcella
Director, Career Services
203.576.4466/4396
[email protected]
Kiran Somaya
Assistant Director, Employer Relations
203.576.4466/4305
[email protected]
Career Fairs and Expos:
Recruiting:
On-campus interview times are also available by request. Please contact Kiran Somaya
[email protected]
How to Post a Job/Internship at the University of Bridgeport:
All job postings are online through the UBjobnet website. To request an account, please email Aimee
or Kiran with your company contact info including company name, website, contact name, email and
phone number.
Other Information:
Founded in 1927, the University of Bridgeport is well known for its diversity. In a typical year, the
student body consists of learners from 45 states and 80 countries. UB’s student profile includes
enrollment of 4,842 total students, with 38% Male, 62% Female; 59% Undergraduate, 41% Graduate.
UB is the tenth-most racially diverse university in the country.
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University of Hartford, West Hartford CT
Contact Information for Career Center:
Sue Landolina
Assistant, Director Employer Relations and Internships
860-768-4168
[email protected]
Career Fairs and Expos:
 Education, Non Profit & Government Career Fair – April – Specific date pending.
 Registration for all events is handled through the CareerBridge system (CSO) found on career
services web-site. http://www.hartford.edu/career_services/careerbridge.aspx
Recruiting
Available dates and times for on-campus recruiting are scheduled through the CareerBridge System
(CSO) and by request.
 Employers are welcome at all events – A full listing of all events hosted by career
services can be found on CareerBridge.
http://www.hartford.edu/career_services/careerbridge.aspx
How to Post a Job/Internship at The University of Hartford
The University of Hartford uses an on-line job database system called CareerBridge. Employers may
register and post available positions at no charge. CareerBridge is used by both University of Hartford
students and alumni who are seeking full-time and part-time employment and internship
opportunities. The system will enable you to establish an employer presence, list/edit jobs and
remove job postings, once filled. To access CareerBridge, visit www.hartford.edu/career and click on
Employer Resources. Click on any of the CareerBridge icons and scroll down to "Click here to
register. If you have any questions regarding registering on CareerBridge, please contact Sue
Landolina, 860.768.4168.
Other Information:
Today’s University of Hartford has surpassed the founders’ original but modest plans for a local
university in Hartford, becoming instead a vibrant comprehensive University that draws 7,000
students from 44 states and 48 countries. The University of Hartford has become a university for the
world.
Mission: As a private university with a public purpose, we engage students in acquiring the
knowledge, skills, and values necessary to thrive in, and contribute to, a pluralistic, complex world.
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University of New Haven
West Haven, CT
Contact information for Career Services office
Brian M. Rodden
Assistant Director, Employer Relations, Career Development, University of New Haven
300 Boston Post Rd West Haven, CT 06516
E-Mail: [email protected]
PH# (203)-932-7491 Fax# (203)-931-6034 www.newhaven.edu
Career Fairs and Expos
Recruiting
Opportunities for on-campus recruiting are available upon request. Please email Brian Rodden at
[email protected] with your inquiries.
Our complete list of services for employers includes:
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Online job/internship postings
Resume referral program
On-campus interviewing and information tables
Guest speaker opportunities
Connect with campus clubs
Networking events
Access to UNH’s alumni
Job shadow and mentor opportunities
Creating a robust internship program
Salary information and recruitment data
How to Post a Job/Internship at your school
All postings are done online through Charger Career Link (by Symplicity). To post job and internship
opportunities please visit Charger Career Link at http://unhcareercenter.com/employers
Other Information
The University enrolls approximately 6,400 students, including nearly 1,800 graduate students and more than
4,600 undergraduates – the majority of whom reside in University housing. Through its College of Arts and
Sciences, College of Business, Henry C. Lee College of Criminal Justice and Forensic Sciences, Tagliatela
College of Engineering, and College of Lifelong & eLearning, UNH offers 75 undergraduate and graduate
degree programs. UNH students have access to more than 50 study abroad programs worldwide and its
student-athletes compete in 16 varsity sports in the NCAA Division II’s highly competitive Northeast-10
Conference.
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Yale University
New Haven, CT
Contact information for Career Services:
Lori Ferrara
[email protected]
203-432-0811
Career Fairs and Expos:
Yale Undergraduate Career Services holds an array of industry nights, which emulate typical career
fairs, but are focused on specific industries rather than holding a broad, catch-all event. These
events typically take place in the fall, between the 2nd week of September and mid-October.
Employers can learn of these events via the calendar on the Symplicity database (https://yalecsm.symplicity.com) or by contacting the office during the summer months when registration starts.
Recruiting:
Details regarding Yale’s on-campus recruiting program (available in both the Fall and Spring
semesters) can be found on its website at http://ucs.yalecollege.yale.edu/content/campus-recruitingemployers. Yale invites employers to contact Julia Coppola at 203-432-0804 in order to discuss
participation in this program.
How to Post a Job/Internship at Yale University:
All job postings can be achieved via the Yale UCS Symplicity system (https://yalecsm.symplicity.com) or by going to http://ucs.yalecollege.yale.edu/content/post-opportunity.
Other Information:
Please go to http://ucs.yalecollege.yale.edu for more information.
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Other Recruiting Information
College2Career Expo:
The “Connecticut College to Career Expo” is Connecticut’s premier job fair specifically designed to
connect employers with current college graduates.
Contact Information:
Julie Greene
Senior Associate Director of Career Services
Manchester Community College
Phone: 860.512.3374
[email protected]
Sue Landolina
Assistant Director, Employer Relations & Internships
University of Hartford
Phone: 860.768.4168
[email protected]
How to Register:
Registration for the event is available online, by visiting www.hartford.edu/career. If an employer has
not yet created an Employer Profile, they may do so on the system by clicking on the link, “Click Here
to Register.”
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